Lakeview Patriot Newsletter

for the LCHS Community - "More than a Diploma..." 10/18/21

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Tutorials

Tutorials - Students need a written pass from teacher or parent to attend tutorials before or after school. See your student's Canvas courses for tutorial times and/or email teachers individually to ask about designated times.

For Parents - Just a FEW Reminders about the LC WAY...

WE Value instructional time.


Students are expected to stay in class.


We ask that students:


... not leave class for Vending Machines

... not leave class during the first and last 20 mins of the class period

... have a hall pass if leaving class


ALSO ... missed class time may lead to TRUANCY



  • Students must be in class 90% of period for 90% of Semester - or MAY NOT receive credit


  • Truancy will be filed for excessive UNEXCUSED absences.

PSAT/ NMSQT - 10/26 for ALL 9th, 10th and 11th Grade

Known as the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, the PSAT is a test designed to prepare students for the SAT. It helps measure college and career readiness. When students do well, they can qualify for academic recognition programs, increase their chances of getting a scholarship and help boost SAT scores.


Tests offered are the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) 8/9 and the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT).


  • Standardized tests that provide practice for the SAT in reading, writing and mathematics
  • Administered in the fall semester
    • PSAT administered to students in grades 8 and 9
    • PSAT/NMSQT administered to students in grades 10 and 11
    • Measure academic ability rather than memorization of content
    • Students who take the PSAT receive information from colleges of their choice
    • National Merit Scholarship Program eligibility is based on scores earned by grade 11 testers
    • For additional information, see our PSAT and SAT page.


COMMUNICATION WITH TEACHERS AND SCHOOL EMAILS IS IMPORTANT


Communication between LC Staff and parents/students is vital and important.


LC Staff will respond to all communication in a timely manner. Scheduling a mutual time to conference can always be arranged during the school week and during school hours.

FALL PARENT CONFERENCES OCT 27

Fall Parent Conferences, Wednesday, Oct. 27.


Teachers and staff will send scheduling information individually.

MARK YOUR CALENDARS - Oct 27 Early release

Students will be released at 12:40 this day.

PICTURES ***MARK YOUR CALENDARS***

PLEASE MAKE PLANS FOR SCHOOL PICTURES! HERE ARE THE DATES....


Underclassman

November 1-2 start time 7:30AM


Senior Portraits

Nov 3-4


Contact Ms. Hand if you have questions

djhand@garlandisd.net


Deanna Hand

Yearbook/Newspaper/Journalism/Photography

November 5th

Hey @LCHS_Patriots .......


!!!!Breaking news on our #LCHoCo21 Celebration. #WeAreLC #LCFamily
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Dallas County Promise - Make the Pledge

Graduating seniors have the opportunity to earn a full-tuition scholarship to any

@dallascollegetx

campus for three years through

@DallasCoPromise

. Take the pledge! It's now open. Details: http://bit.ly/2GQvpjR
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National Bullying Prevention Month

Friday, October 1, 2021 to Sunday, October 31, 2021


Every day, thousands of young people experience bullying from their peers. It can happen at school, in neighborhoods and even at home through the internet, social media and texts. At least 1 in 5 students report being bullied, which can cause depression, anxiety and low self-esteem.

That's why October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Communities across the nation work to bring awareness to bullying during this special time. In remembrance of this month and throughout the year, let's unite against bullying. Make a commitment to:

  • reach out to people
  • support others who have been hurt or harmed
  • treat others with kindness
  • embrace diversity
  • help include those who are left out
  • report bullying when you see it

Visit the district Bullying page for more resources and information about reporting bullying. #YouMatter #StopBullying #NoBullying

What is Bullying?

Bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school-aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. The behavior is repeated, or has the potential to be repeated, over time. Bullying includes actions such as making threats, spreading rumors, attacking someone physically or verbally, and excluding someone from a group on purpose. Bullying can also take place through technology, known as cyberbullying. Examples of cyberbullying include mean text messages or emails, rumors sent by email or posted on social networking sites, and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles.

Visit youth.gov, StopBullying.gov and davidslegacy.org for more information and ideas.

Dyslexia Awareness Month

Date:

Friday, October 1, 2021 to Sunday, October 31, 2021


Dyslexia is a neurological condition caused by a different wiring of the brain. It is a learning disability that can make reading difficult.

Some of the signs associated with dyslexia include difficulties with:

  • spelling
  • learning to speak
  • learning letters and their sounds
  • memorizing number facts or doing math operations correctly
  • organizing written and spoken language
  • persisting with and comprehending longer reading assignments

With proper diagnosis, appropriate instruction, hard work, and support from family, teachers, friends and others, individuals who have dyslexia can succeed in school and later as working adults.

Together we can help those who struggle with dyslexia get access to the tools and resources they need.

Find out more about district services for students with dyslexia on the Dyslexia page.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Date:

Friday, October 1, 2021 to Sunday, October 31, 2021


Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a dedicated time during the month of October for highlighting the importance of breast awareness, research and education.

National Substance Abuse Prevention Month

Date: Friday, October 1, 2021 to Sunday, October 31, 2021


October was declared National substance abuse prevention month in 2011 to help bring attention to the issue of substance abuse and break the cycle of alcohol and drug addiction.

Studies show the younger someone is when they start using substances, the greater the chances are that person will develop an addiction.


We encourage families to start talking about substances early on to help educate and protect children. Here are tips to have a helpful discussion:


  • Choose the right time: Make sure everyone is available and able to have an open mind.
  • Listen and ask questions: Don’t lecture, but instead make it a conversation.
  • Give clear reasons: Use data to help support reasons to avoid drugs.
  • Brainstorm: Talk through potential tough conversations and help your children know how to say no when faced with peer pressure.
  • Share your experience: Use discernment for what is age-appropriate for your child. Talk about why you either have lived drug-free or what you learned from encounters with drugs.


Say no to drugs and commit to healthy living this October. Together, we can stop the issue of substance abuse within our communities.

English Language Learners

SNAP & READ

Have you ever wanted your students to gather information from a website, but the site was cluttered with ads and clickbait? Snap & Read can help. Snap and Read is an application on every student’s Chromebook. In just two clicks Snap and Read will remove all those distractions leaving crisp clean text and that’s just the beginning. In less than 2 minutes you can show your students how to use this awesome feature. Here’s the link!

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PTSA Art Reflections Contest

2021 Reflections Art Project Topic---- I Will Change The World By ...


Reflections has been a staple arts program in many schools for over 50 years. Through the efforts of our Local PTAs, millions of students have found a creative outlet in the areas of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography, and visual arts.


With positive recognition as the focus of this program, rather than competition, students of all ages and abilities can experience the benefits of creative expression and help in finding their own voice in telling their unique story.


Started in 1969 by Mary Lou Anderson, then Colorado PTA President, Reflections has grown to be one of the largest nationwide programs of its kind, with more than 200,000 students participating annually.


Visit our 2020-2021 Reflections Gallery to see examples of entries that were awarded by Texas PTA in past years. And see last year's State and National results.


Express your artistic talent and tell us how you plan to change the world through Reflections!


Entry Form


More Information About the Reflections Art Project

JOIN PTSA

Join PTSA

LCHS PTSA membership is $10. The easiest way to join is online at www.joinPTA.org ($1.50 fee). Membership forms are available in the Main Office. If you use the form, print out a copy, fill it out, and place it with cash or a check made out to LCHS PTSA in an envelope in the PTSA box on the lower right below the teacher boxes.

Garland Community Bulletin Board

Follow this LINK to the Garland ISD Community Bulletin Board


Find activities happening in our tri-cities community.

The Community Bulletin Board is a resource for both GISD families and community partners. It not only provides a space to post information about events, camps and other educational programs. It also offers the opportunity to find upcoming activities around the district’s tri-cities.

GISD - Parent Workshop Calendar

We offer workshops throughout the year with effective parenting strategies, ideas on how to get more involved and information to help your child be successful in school and in life.


Check out the For Parents section to find out more ways that you can get support and be involved in your student's education.



  • Wednesday, October 13, 2021, 6 - 7:30 p.m. Autism 101









"The Patriot Post" Read the Revolution

Read the Revolution!


LCHS NEWSPAPER "The Patriot Post"


Check the Latest edition of the Patriot Newspaper!

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2021-2022 Yearbooks

Stop by Room 1115 for more details... .


Order your yearbook right now for the price of $55

@LCHS_Patriots

@LC_yearbook



ORDER YOUR YEARBOOKS NOW - FOLLOW THIS LINK

Garland ISD: Athletic Ticket Purchases 2021
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VARSITY VOLLEYBALL - LC PATRIOTS vs. North Garland HS

Tuesday, Oct. 19th, 5:30pm

2109 West Buckingham Road

Garland, TX

Freshman and JV also play - games start at 5:30

VARSITY VOLLEYBALL VS. Wylie HS

Friday, Oct. 22nd, 5:30pm

2550 East Farm to Market Road 544

Wylie, TX

Freshman and JV also play - games start at 5:30

PATRIOT FOOTBALL - Freshman & JV vs. Wylie

Thursday, Oct. 21st, 5:30pm

2550 East Farm to Market Road 544

Wylie, TX

9th B Team @ 4:00 PM
9th A Team @ 5:30 PM

JV Team @ 7:00 PM

VARSITY FOOTBALL LC VS. Wylie HS

Friday, Oct. 22nd, 7pm

2550 East Farm to Market Road 544

Wylie, TX

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Dive Meet Sat Oct 23 @ GISD Natatorium

Dive Meet - DIVERS ONLY


11:00 AM Saturday at GISD Natatorium


2585 Firewheel Pkwy.

Garland, TX 75040

FYI - BAD WEATHER INFORMATIONN

When bad weather breaks, rely on Garland ISD for information.


Thunderstorms, tornadoes and flash flooding

During these types of bad weather, the National Weather Service (NWS) issues a Watch or Warning. A Watch means it is possible, while a Warning means it is confirmed or currently happening.


Warnings for Garland, Rowlett or Sachse during school hours may cause a Lockout and Shelter in Place. This means no one enters or exits campuses until the NWS Warning expires. Since conditions can vary across the district, decisions are made in the best interest of all students and staff.


Snow and ice

Decisions to cancel are announced on the website, Twitter, GRS-TV and Skylert by 6 a.m. Local news stations may take longer to report it. Before canceling, we:

  • check the NWS, Texas Department of Transportation and local law enforcement agencies
  • drive around Garland, Rowlett and Sachse to determine the safety of bus routes, parking lots, major intersections, etc.
  • talk to neighboring school districts


Early dismissal is also an option, but is used as a last resort. Delayed openings are not used because of the district’s triple-staggered bus schedule.


Bad Weather Makeup Days

In the event that classes are canceled due to bad weather or other situation, district leadership will determine if or how to makeup the missed dAY.


Skylert

GISD uses the Skylert telephone notification system to alert parents and employees of school closings and other important information. This critical communication tool can notify everyone within a matter of minutes. Contact information must be updated to receive Skylert notifications.


A Day or B Day?

The block schedule calendar is set at the beginning of the year and is not altered when a day is missed due to bad weather.

For example, if the day missed was a B day, then students would return the next day to the regularly scheduled A day.

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SEE SOMETHING - SAY SOMETHING

Report bullying and other urgent student concerns to school officials with Anonymous Alerts

Safety and Security

  • ID Badges should worn and visible at all times. All students will receive a school ID Badge when school pictures are taken, until then students may wear last year's.


  • Visitors should report to the Secure Vestibule in the front of the school for screening.


  • It is also expected that each of us report anything that may makes our school unsafe, either by contacting the SRO Officers at LC, the counselors, the teachers, the administrators or any staff member immediately when a concern arises. If a person wishes to remain anonymous, concerns may be reported by using this Anonymous Alert Form.



  • We expect all Patriots at LC to be safe and enjoy everything about LCHS this year. Please know all of Garland ISD, LC Administration, Faculty and Staff work hard to ensure everyone in the LCHS Patriot Community stays safe each and every day.
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LC Counselors







Leadership Support

Vanessa Dry - Magnet Coordinator

Tereasa Boren - 504 and Testing Coordinator

Keagan Johnson - 1:1 Instructional Coach

John "Aaron" Ballinger - RTI Facilitator

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